Payments and submissions for each page automatically update in Google Sheets. We give you three tabs to view the data by submissions, items and answers. You can even create your own tabs with pivot tables or charts if you want to get fancy. You can share the link with your accountant or other members of your organization. Everything you need to know is right there:
👩🏽 Who submitted the form and all responses
❓What items they purchased and the quantity
⏰ When payouts were deposited to your bank
📱 Where the person accessed your Omella page link (Facebook, Twitter, etc)
💳 How much they paid and the breakdown of any applicable fees
You will be able to view the name and email address of each person who purchased a ticket and how many they purchased within the google sheet link. You can print the list or view the report online to check people into your event.
Since the report is updated real-time, any edits you make to one of the existing tabs will be overwritten. However, you can create a new tab to document notes or track manual changes.
You have the ability to share the google sheet link by clicking the Share button and entering their email address and designating if should have view or editor access. You can also copy the link and share it over email. Anyone you share the link with will have access to edit the report.
In the payment type column, you will see “refund” for any payment refunded.
The "payout arrival date" column will display "not paid out" until the funds are transferred to your bank account. This column will update to reflect the date of the deposit with each weekly payout.
Yes, you can use any available Google Sheet formulas, charts or pivot tables. However, you will want to add a tab to manipulate the data as the 3 main tabs overwrite real-time as new submissions are received.
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